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Dwarka Somnath Ahmedabad

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Dwarka Somnath Ahmedabad


A group of Senior Citizens want to visit Ahmedabad, Somnath, Dwarka. I would be keen to have suggestions of places to visit in Ahmedabad, Somnath & Dwarka, which are senior citizen friendly (e.g. places which do not have too much of stairs to climb to avoid phisical stress). Would also appreciate recommendations of "must see" places of pilgrimage too.



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1. Re: Dwarka Somnath Ahmedabad


Day 1- Arrive ahmedabad- get transferred to dwarka- reach dwarka-hotel check in-rest

Day 2- early morning leave to bet dwarka by pre-booked taxi-visit bet dwarka - nageshwar-gomti

In evening visit dwarkadheesh temple

If you want to stay one more then can be or leave for somnath

Day 3- move early for somnath- take darshan-night stay

Day 4- move to ahmedabad by train from veraval station-reach ahmedabad- hotel stay

Day 5- move early for ambaji - approx 250 kms towards rajasthan..come back and night stay

Day 6- move back to delhi.

If you have more days then can visit khodiyar (matel), pawagrh, palitana..

Above mentioned places of dwarka,somnath and ambaji doesn't have any stairs..also you can visit gabbar mataji at ambaji..where ropeway service is.

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